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and new customers every time someone received a paperless post invitation. jonah peretti, co-founder of "the huffington post," was so impressed when he received one, he became an individualer and mentor to the pair. >> what the company has found is people are receivers first. they get a few, i keep getting these beautiful invitations and it's usually from a friend of mine who's a high-status friend, a person that i respect. maybe i should go and use the service. then they come and use the service, it spreads that way. >> reporter: more affordable than people stationery, environmentally friendly, and fast, paperless post attracted high-profile users and institutions like prince charles, condoleezza rice, the museum of modern art, and the white house. >> the website is simple to use. it's nice to send something that is going to reflect all the effort and energy you put into the party. >> reporter: with 50 million invitations sent and a service that is low-cost, everyone is taking notice, even the industry's largest player. e-vite recently launched postmark, a site remarkably si
. jonah goldberg wrote, the underemphasized dynamic in this race isn't that romney isn't conservative enough. it's that he's not a good enough politician. he may be the most electable on paper, but every time he seems to get into his groove and pull away, he says things that make people think he doesn't know how to play the game." that's pretty cynical but he made his point. "the wall street journal" wrote "like twain said of wagner's music, mr. romney is better than he sounds." on the conservative blog red state, eric erickson wrote, i'm not sure i'll waste my time defending romney in a general election. sure, i'll vote for him, but i think i'll focus on house and senate races so when the buyer's remorse sets in on those who did back romney were not completely screwed down the ballot. this doesn't surprise me from him. he's pretty far over. >> here's the thinking among those people. they are thinking, we don't love mitt romney. okay. he's a massachusetts moderate. he's trying to make himself a conservative. but if we're going to take him, let's at least have a good politician. let's
journal" or jonah goldberg the "national review," erick erickson, rush limbaugh even weighed in on this thing going, come on, don't make it so easy for the democrats. >> it doesn't help with a certain narrative that might not be good for him for this presidential election. i'll leave it there. >> at least he's not rich. that's the thing. >> no, he's filthy rich, actually, but that's okay. >> see, that's the difference between democrats and republicans. republicans don't think you can ever be "filthy rich." >> you can't be rich enough. can you? you have to devour everything. >> absolutely. >> you don't really care about the impact it has on your life or your future. >> well, i think, you know, there are two impacts. the obvious thing, it adds another clip to david axelrod's greatest hits reel he can run as that caricature mitt romney as ritchie rich, and that's all true. but i think, joe, you're pointing to something important which is, you know, conservatives -- it fuels -- establishmentarians, it fuels their sense of concern. the paramount strategic challenge of any presiden
on the right in the conservative media. in an article, jonah goldberg wrote "the underemphasized dynamic in this race isn't that romney isn't conservative enough. it's that he's not a good enough politician. every time he seems to get into his groove and pull away, he says things that make people think he doesn't know how to play the game." he made his point. "the wall street journal" wrote "like twain said of wagner's music, mr. romney is better than it sounds." >> this doesn't surprise me for a minute. he's pretty far o out. >> here's the thinking among those people. they are thinking, we don't love mitt romney. okay. he's a massachusetts moderate. he's trying to make himself a conservative. but if we're going to take him, let's at least have a good politician. let's have a guy who is good at being a politician. if he's not with him idea logically, what grounds are they going to accept him? laura ingram, i said is he hopeless? she said, no, he's not hopeless, but he's not there yet. >> look at the rap sheet. i'm also unemployed. we could raise taxes on people, corporations are people,
called it the most idiotic thing a politician has ever said. jonah goldberg writes, what is wrong with this guy? these are republicans. we won't even get to the democrats and independents. how does he -- how do you become the nominee, which most people feel he will be, and you have this kind of open guess youfg and your statements and your strategy, steve. >> what erin is saying is true. he's got the republicans upset because they like to play -- they like to bash the democrats for class warfare. the reason romney got himself into this this week and why this has been an ongoing problem. he's been aware and his campaign has been aware, running as the nominee of the republican party, which no matter who the republicans nominate, the democrats will paint the republicans as the servants of the top 1%. for romney to have that roll, his campaign has been aware for some time. he's so closely associated with the top 1%. he exudes top 1 percentness. he's come up with this platform. he's broken with the republicans where he feels he can on a lot of these economic issues. gingrich wants to e
the conservative media saying, what is he doing? this is worse than foot in mouth disease. i think it was jonah goldberg who said, he is not fit to run for president. he cannot get his words right. he keeps saying these things that paint him as wildly out of touch, this guy is not a good politician. and then there are conservatives who attack him on the message itself. let the democrats handle the poor, they have their entitlement programs, when being a true conservative is trying to lift people in poverty out of poverty. >> and also what you're talking about, the two issues, the style and the substance is right on. stylistically, there has got to be a more artful way to discuss the idea of being a middle class candidate, okay? he fails there. substantively, what you're talking about is, it's not exactly a conservative idea or a conservative impulse to go out and divide up the country based on economic demographics, racial demographics, ethnic demographics. this is something the right, in fact, excoriates the left for doing. so on both counts, i think people who are supporting mitt romney and w
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